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Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: I have come across many difficulties and specific features of Dutch railroad system and want to tell you about it. 


Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: Yeah! Let the classes begin!


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English group course in Amsterdam

Student stories Language 13 September 2007, 00:00

Story about English course in Amsterdam. We had a brilliant summer in Amsterdam! At 13 August we took part in English group courses at a Language School in Amsterdam. Our English has improved enormously in only 2 weeks.


Student from Germany, Elisabeth Epping, tells about her study at Twente University. She followed education on European Studies Bachelor Programme.


Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: whole day full of lectures from 8:30 up to 15:45. And you think I am tired? Not at all. I am more than excited and already thinking about my seminar on Friday.



The number of international students in higher education in the Netherlands continues to rise. There are now 49,750 of them, an increase of 1,250 on last academic year. Around 37,000 of them are enrolled on government-funded study programmes.


Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: You arrived. New place, new friends, parties. School and studying is yet so far. But meanwhile you still have some time before classes start, so you’d better go trough some important formalities.


Do you study at one of our partner universities and are you interested in doing your study abroad in the Netherlands for one or two semesters? Come and join us on the International Business and Management Studies-Exchange programme in Arnhem.


Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: I am Elena from Perm, Russia, a student at Stenden University. Classes haven’t started yet but I already feel myself as a part of the Stenden community. 


The number of English-language study programmes offered by Dutch institutions of higher education is set to rise this year to 1300. The Netherlands will thus retain its position as the biggest provider of English-language higher education in continental Europe.